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Cute Snowman Drawing

A cute snowman drawing doesn’t have to be small and very flat looking. In fact, with just a little help, it can fill your page look round and dimensional look.

cute snowman drawing
cute snowman drawing

Get your students off to a quick start by tracing an old CD to get a nice round circle. It happens to be the perfect size for your average sheet of drawing paper. How can you draw a cute smiling face if you don’t have enough room for it, right?

After the head and body are drawn, add the snowman accessories with lots of curves and ovals as shown in my tutorial. Doing so will make the top hat look like a tube and the scarf look like something that is wrapped around his body, and not just stuck in front.

If those dimensional drawing tips came easy to you, try adding some shadows on the sides and edges. You might be surprised just how round your snowman will become.


MATERIALS FOR A CUTE SNOWMAN DRAWING

• Cute Snowman Drawing Tutorial
• Colored cardstock paper*
• Old CD, for tracing
• Oil pastels*

*The above product link is a referral. If you click through and take action, I’ll be compensated a small amount, at no extra expense to you.


LOOKING FOR MORE CHRISTMAS PROJECTS?

There are many more fun and easy drawing tutorials like this one, in my “Christmas Drawing” ebook in my PDF Shop.

All have simple step by step tutorials to help beginner artists see where to start and how to finish each drawing. Use it for Christmas classroom projects or special homemade cards for gifts or holiday framing. Just click on the book or title to learn more.


DIRECTIONS

Time needed: 1 hour.

How to Draw a Cute Snowman

  1. Make guidelines. Trace a CD.

  2. Draw the scarf and shoulders.

  3. Add ends to the scarf.

  4. Erase scarf lines and start the hat.

  5. Add an oval to the hat.

  6. Draw the brim around the hat.

  7. Erase some of the head, and add the face.

  8. Draw a hat bring and sticks for the arms.

  9. Trace with a marker and fill with oil pastels.

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